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garmcqui

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About garmcqui

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    Gareth

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    Focus 1.8TDCi
  • Ford Year
    2008
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Londonderry
  1. Hi all, A few weeks ago the engine management light came on on my mum's 2008 Focus 1.8 TDCi, accompanied by a whooshing noise under acceleration. I found a split in the pipe coming from the turbo, and replaced that with a genuine part. It drove well for a few weeks, but now has had the engine manegement and traction control lights come on again. Not sure if the 2 lights are related... I hooked up my F-Super USB and got the following codes from the PCM: P0402 - EGR flow excessive detected P0238 - Turbo/Super charger boost sensor A circuit high P010F - Mass or volume air flow sensor A/B correlation All three faults come back immediatedly after clearing. From the ABS module, I got: U2023 - Fault received from external node P0238 - Turbo/Super charger boost sensor A circuit high P010F - Mass or volume air flow sensor A/B correlation Again, all three come back immediatedly. Anyone got any ideas? Milage is only 42k. The fuel rail pressure is 300bar at idle, is this normal? Cheers, Gareth
  2. Welcome to the Ford forums garmcqui :)